In the first game of a Friday night doubleheader between Hoosier Crossroads Conference rivals Noblesville and Westfield, the Millers Reese Sharp drove in five runs in a 14-7 win. In game two, the Shamrocks Matthew Meyer threw a no hitter in a 3-0 Westfield victory.

The Millers opened the first game with four runs in the bottom of the first inning off of Shamrocks starter Matthew Robinson. Noblesville knocked Robinson from the game in the second inning, scoring seven more runs before an out was recorded.

The offensive barrage was thanks to singles by DJ Owens, Jacob Thieman and Cooper Miles, and triples by Tyler Owens, Sharp and Bryce Randolph.

Robinson allowed 11 runs on 10 hits in one inning pitched.

After scoring a run in the second, Westfield pushed six runs across in the third inning, before Noblesville added two in the fourth and one in the fifth.

Sharp led the Millers with five RBIs on a pair of hits, including a home run. DJ Owens went 3-4 at the plate with three RBIs, while Jackson Ramey, Cooper Miles, Tyler Owens and Thieman each had an RBI.

Tyler Owens threw two innings, allowing seven on seven hits. Ryan Plummer threw 4.2 scoreless innings in relief, allowing zero runs on two hits and striking out five.

Trey Anderson led the Shamrocks with three RBIs. Logan McClurg had a home run and an RBI, and Payton Tamm and Bryce Dorton both had an RBI.

“We continued to put ourselves in a really bad position to win,” said Westfield head coach Ryan Bunnell. “To our kids credit, they didn’t fold when we trailed 11-1. They battled right back and clawed into the game. We still have a lot to improve upon but these kids battle, and I love that.”

Game two belonged to Meyer. The senior had 10 strikeouts and four walks in seven hitless innings.

“He was dominate at times and at other times in the game he just kept the Millers off balance,” Bunnell said. “He made a nice adjustment after walking the first two batters of the game, which was good to see — he deserves a lot of credit.”

Westfield took the lead on a sacrifice fly in the first inning by Sam Eaton.

Meyer led Westfield at the plate, as well, with two hits and an RBI in three at bats. Tamm also had an RBI on one hit.

Sharp took the loss for the Millers . He lasted five innings, allowing six hits and three runs while striking out eight.